Together Toward Health (TTH) is a statewide initiative to stop the spread of COVID-19 and strengthen health and resilience in California’s most impacted communities. The AAAWLC’s goal is to educate communities of color in San Joaquin County about Covid-19 to help save lives and prevent the spread in our communities.
Funding is provided by Together Toward Health, a program of the Public Health Institute, through funding from a group of philanthropic organizations.
Free Rides to Vaccine Sites
San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) together with SJReady, San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services, is providing free rides to passengers on all fixed-route buses traveling to SJReady COVID-19 vaccine sites.
To ride free, book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, then show your appointment confirmation (printed or on your phone) to the operator when boarding.
RTD is also partnering with Kaiser Permanente to provide free rides to the Stockton Arena mass vaccination site. The Stockton Arena is accessible by RTD Express Route 40. Once you have booked your appointment, show your appointment confirmation (printed or on your phone) to the operator when boarding.
Covid-19 Testing & Vaccine Resources
NOW VACCINATING people working or residing in San Joaquin County aged 18 and older. Sign up at:
Need a Covid-19 Test?
Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Covid-19 Rental Assistance
- City of Stockton Rental Assistance Program
- Other cities within San Joaquin County or unincorporated County areas
- Application assistance or questions, call 2-1-1 from any phone, visit 2-1-1 San Joaquin, or email ERAPQuestions@sjgov.org
- California Covid-19 Rent Relief
- State of California – Housing is Key
- Fact Sheet: New Protections and Guidelines for Tenants
- Fact Sheet: New Protections and Guidelines for Homeowners and Small Landlords
Help for People Experiencing Homelessness
Health Insurance: covid19.ca.gov/healthcare
- Emergency Food Bank
- Second Harvest
- CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps)
- 2-1-1 SJ County Food Directory